Daniel Burman, director of 2004 Berlin winner "Lost Embrace," is prepping romantic comedy "All In."
Buenos Aires' Ventana Sur, Latin America's biggest film market, is opening up to TV content.
Guido Rud's Buenos Aires-based FilmSharks Intl. has acquired worldwide rights outside Scandinavia to Finnish pic "Hella W."
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Into the Storm3Daily:$2.1M Cumulative:$21.1M Warner Brothers / New Line 21.06%
L.A.-based The Collective/Salient Media has taken all North American rights to Argentine Nicolas Goldbart's "Phase 7," sold worldwide by Berlin-based M-Appeal.
Argentina's state film board Incaa, a major source of financing for the country's 70-plus features a year, is now funding content for the Internet and TV as well as videogames.
Argentina's 13th Buenos Aires Festival of Independent Film, unspools April 6-17 with a competitive lineup strong on new Latin American talent.
Argentine indie shops BD Cine and Haddock Films are partnering for the first time, with the production of the crime and legal thriller "Tesis sobre un homicidio" (Thesis on a Homicide).
Argentina's government is extending an effort to televise pro sports on free-to-air broadcasters after buying rights to hugely popular first-division soccer in 2009.
Marisa Badia resigned as chief programmer at Telefe, one of Argentina's top two broadcasters, late Wednesday.
CDI Films has acquired theatrical and DVD rights to Spanish action comedy "Torrente 4" for Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, marking the Argentine-Chilean distributor's latest bet on Spanish…